A High School Senior With Down Syndrome Drains Four Three-Pointers on Senior Day (Video)

Well, here's your feel good moment of the weekend coming out of Pennsylvania. Kevin Grow is a high school senior out of Bensalem who was team manager for his basketball team for four years. He also has down syndrome and might outshoot you in a three-point contest.

The coach put him in for the final two minutes of the senior day game, and boy did he own those two minutes. Grow drained three-pointer after three-pointer for a total of four, including a buzzer-beater for good measure. In two minutes, he managed to earn a game-high of 14 points. An inspirational moment from a possibly slept-on sharpshooter.

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[via ESPN]

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